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ROEBOURNE NEWS. [?]e[?]bourne, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

ROEJ&OUKNB NEWS. JFROM: OCB-OWN corbbstoxdent-II Koi-liotiPiio; 5!ar«rb- 41 Seventeen- Tiu«d Fed aaid twi-nty-iiiueou»ces of gold were shipped to- Melbourne by the s.s. Sol tail on Monday last by the ETniso Bank. A- parcel of 3»l tons of stone, sent front-one-of the itMii<*& ii* the- district for treatment at the .Wallaroo Smelting. Works <jS.A.)r jielded 25 i per ceut. copper, and 2ozs. srlvc-r. Another parcel of 21 tonsr smelted ki England,, yielded 26^ per cent, copper, 8dwtsgold, and 6|ozs. silver. Malaria,. in- an-eptdemic- fom*. is prevailing in Roebourne and- Cossack. Half the residents of both, places have either been, or are now affected. The Government Kesrd'enf^ fche newly ap~ pointed- Inspector of Mines, the Accountant of the Union Bank, anl several other prominent townspeople an* scrSerrng from the complaint. The sickness is the result of the receiifc rains. Consequent upon the issue of a pro 1 clainotiou applying, the MinesRegulati...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLITICAL MATTERS IN GREAT BRITAIN. THE NIGER QUESTION. 'LABBY'S PROTEST. (BY TELEGRAPH.) LONDON, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

I : \ I POLITICAL MATTERS GREAT BRITAIN. ; THE NIGER QUESTION. 1 LABBY'S • PROTEST. (by tklf.ghafh.) London. February 26. ' mf In the Ilouse oF Commons yesterday, Mr. Labouchere moved the reduction of the Colouiul Office Vote h8 a protest agaiust the policy of the Government in West Africa. He accused Mr. Chamberlaiu of having defied France. Mr. Chamberlain replied, and said he had every reason to hope that the negotiations pending would re- ■ suit in a friendly and satisfactory j settlement of the boundaries 011 the 1 west of the Niger River. The Gov- j crument were determined not to | allow Lagos and the Gold Coast to j be strained like Gambia and Sierra J Leoue. ' French expeditions have spread I in a fan-like manner over the legion constituting'the geographical and ! legitimate British hinterland frontier, and a police force was absolutely necessary. The Cabinet united in the West African policy from begiuniug to end. Sir E. Gray, Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs in the last ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. NULLAGINE. Nullagine, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

DISTRICT MWS, — — IfULLAGINE (FK03T OUB OWN COBBBSBOSDHNT)'. Nullagine, Fcbrnary 22 Over two mehcs- of ram- fell liere last week, and the IS"ullagine river is rcpoited! to have run from- Wild- Dog camp down to tlie Garden—a distance- of ahout 25- miles. Beatens and the main creeks also-ran, ancL at the time of writing, Beaton's Creek was still running. Tlie country is looking very green all round, and. tlie feed and water oueht to last for several months. Owing: to this recent rainfall,, the water difficulty here has been overcome for the present,as the town wells are-now full again. Mr. Jack Hwwagao, one of the Q:c?Nor*~West Kienlilics, is now in here- spelltnghis camels, whiclx are doing very well on. the grpen feed, and 110 douiit many of the-oldNor'-Westers will be glad to-hoar o§ Mr. Hmurigao's- vetnriu The Japanese woman; wlio was stabbed) lately, by fie- escaped prisoner, is not doing so well as uiight lie expected, and ismending very slowly, but it is-to-lie hoped slie- wilt...

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SPORTING NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. THE BRISBANE MATCH SPOILED BY RAIN. Sydney, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

! SPORTING NEWS, j I (By Telegraph.) THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. THE BBTSBANE MATCH SPOILED BY BAIN. Sydney. Felu-uary 25. Tin? English cricketers have .arrived from Brisbane with the Victorian players, who had accompanied them thither to take part in the game, which bad weather spoiled.

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THE PERILS OF THE BUSH. A MAN PERISHES FOR WANT OF WATER. FOUND DEAD IN A SALT WATER HOLE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Israelite Bay, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

THE PERILS OF THE BUSH. A M.AN PERISHES FOR WANT OF WATER. FOUND DEAD IN A SALT WATER HOTE. j- (by telegraph.) Israelite Bav. FehriiRi'tr A few days ago a report reached here that a white ma.) was found dead at the Thomas River, sixty miles distant oil the road to hsperauco. • The police were advised, and an officer was sent nut from the station, wiili the result that the report was coufiruiudL The man was found in a water hole, half j^a *iuile from-the telegraph line uud four j mile? south of the Thomas River sheep { station, and had been dead probably six j or eight week*. His name is not known for certain, but letters found on his clothes, i»ear the name of McDonald. The body was quite naked when found, and deceased's clothes were lying some distance from the river, which is very salt. The unfortunate fellow had evidently i gone out of his mind, thrown his clothes {.away, and perished for want of water, j | An inquest is being held. j

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THE ENGLISH PRESS AND THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. London, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

I THE ENGLISH Pi:ESS AND THE , AUSlTiALlAN CKICKETEliS. I London. March 2. 1 The 'Standard-' commenting upon the results of the play-shown hy the Auk- ! tralians in test mid colonial matcVe-s, played ogaijust Stoddart's team, place JfoMo, Howell aud McLi-od in the lirst rank of intercolonial cricketers, on account of their all-round abilities, i Thg ' Sportsman ' alluding to the last '] test match, when in progress in Sydney, ! descrilM-s the co'lnpse of the Englishmen i in the latter part of their first innings, as j inexplicable.

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Fifth Test Match. ANOTHER WIN FOR AUSTRALIA. Sydney, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

fifth Test Match. ANOTHER WIN FOR AUSTRALIA. Sydney, February 28. The last test match between England and Australia commenced on {Saturday on the {Sydney Cricket Ground, under favourable «eat her conditions. There ! "as a large attendance present, j Stoddart and Boai-d stood out of the English team, and Ireda'e gave way to Worrall in the Australians McLaren won the toss, and decided to take possession of the wickets. The Englishmen in their first innin »s put together 335 runs, Australia replying with 239, thus being 96 runs behind. In their second attempt, England were ill out for the small score of 17.8, which left the Australians 275 runs to get to win. This was done with the loss of only four wickets principally through the magnificent batting of Darling (160) and Worrall (62), this partnership thi s adding 193 runs to the total, and the match ended in a meritorious victory for Australia by six wickets. Following are the scores: Englajtd—1st innings. McLaren b Trott ... g5 Wainw...

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INTERCOLONIAL. New South Wales. THE POPULATION OF AUSTRALASIA. Sydney, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

INTERCOLONIAL. Hew Soiitli Wales. THE POPULATION OF AUSTRALASIA. Sydney, March 8. The Government Statist estimates the population of Australasia at the end of 1897 at 4,410,124 persons, as against 4,323,204 at the eud of 1896, the gain to the population thus being 87,920, Of this number, 69,790 were due to natural increase, or excees of births over deaths, and 17,130 to immigration. Particulars of the increase are as follows :—New South Wales 25,820 persons ; Victoria 1,294; Queensland 12,521 ; South Australia 2,824; Westralia 23,962 ; Tasmania 5,606 ; New Zealand 14,894. Mr. Colquhoun maintains that since April 5th 1S91, Victoria lost 3,012 males, and gained 37,845 females, or a total of 35,833 persons, while New South Wales gained 87,708 males, and 84,428 females, or a total of 181,226 persons.

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GENERAL NEWS. London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

GENERAL NEWS. London, March 5. In tbe course of an address delivered yesterday by tlie Kaiser William, to some of the German naval recruits, lie declared that wherever the German, Eagle fixed his talons, there he remained. March 7. In the course of a lecture delivered before the students of Harvan University yesterday, Mr. Richard Olney, late United States Secretary of State, said that in the near future he would see a closer friendship be? tweeu Great Britaiu aud America, and added that such relationship would prove a power of good to-all maukiud. Russia has paid tlie Canadian Government the gam of forty thousand dollars on acconutof the latter's claim for an indemnity for the seizure of a sealing schooner.

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RUSSIA'S DEMANDS FROM CHINA. AN INVASION THREATENED. LONDON, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

RUSSIA'S DEMANDS FROM CHINA. AN INVASION THREATENED. London, March 8. The 'Times/ immediately after the recent loan was ratified, declared that Russia demauded sovereign rights over Port Arthur and Talienvdd, ou the same conditions as Germany had obtained in respect of $£iao Chan. Russia also claims the . right to construct a railway to Petuua, near the North-west boundary of Manchuria, or a transrMancbnrian railway from Kwang Chang Tzu, also on the Rnssian-Mancliurian frontier, via Makden to Port Arthur. According to the ' Times,' five days hare been allowed to China to reply to Russia's demands, and that a threat has been made that if these are uob complied with, Russia will forthwith invade Manchnria. A Renter's despatch states that in the event of Russia's demands being acceded to, France will reqnire similar concessions in South China. Later. Mr. Carson stated last night in the House of Commons that the Government had received uo official information of what had appeared in the...

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JAPAN BUSY. FORTIFYING WEI-HAI-WEI. LONDON, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

JAPAN BUSY. FORTIFYING WEI-HAI-WEI. _ Ix)SiK)N, March 7. Japan is busily engaged fortifying Wei-hai-Wei, which they hold from China as security for the payment the war indemnity. Owing to present developments, it is doubted whether they will evacuate while Germany and Russia continue to occupy Chinese ports.

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AFRICAN AFFAIRS. SOUTH AFRICA. JUDGE KOTZE'S DISMISSAL. LONDON, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

African Affairs. SOUTH AFRICA. JUDGE KOTZE'S DISMISSAL. London, March 7. Judge Kotze, who was recently dismissed from the position of Chief Justice of the Transvaal, intends shortly to issue a protest, on the ground that the action of the President, notwithstanding it was endorsed by the Volksraad, is contrary to the convention of *81. He points out that under this convention, Great Britain, as the suzerain power, oudertakes to see protection afforded to capital aud to the personal rights of citizeus in the republic, and he contends that this protection is impossible with a subservient-Bench. Dr. Leyds, the Transvaal Secretary of State, speaking in,, the Vlolksraad yesterday, defended thg~ proposed foreign consular of £17,500. It wan necessary, he said, to secure a good diplomatic service to prove the independence of the Republic, aud that it was not subject to British suzerainty.

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LOCAL COURT. MARBLE BAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

LOCAL COURT. MARBLE BAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlnnd, R.M.) - Hardie Bros. «t Co. v. James Kelly. Claim for £9 7s. 6d., balance of account for stores, etc. No appearance of either party. Case struck out. All King v. Hang Kow. Adjourned from last court day. Ah King said he conld not get the evidence he required. His witness had not come forward. Plaintiff non-suited. McDonald, Fisher <fc Co. v. William Abbott Judgment summons. Mr. Lacey for defendant. Certificate of defendant's ill health produced. Amount to be paid by next court day. Cooper & Blantou v. Lacey. Both parties appeared. The order made at j the last local court was rescinded, and a fresh order made ont that all instal-; ments and costs be paid by next court j day.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

Births, ||Iamws, Jjcaljis PKAT1L MACKIE.—On Sunday, Marcli OLh, at Egina, suddenly, William Mackic, coach proprietor. Aged 40 years. Deeply regretted by all who knew him.

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RUSSIA AND GREAT BRITAIN. A GRAVE OUTLOOK. EXCLUSION OP BRITISH SHIPS FROM RUSSIAN TRADING PORTS. LONDON, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

RUSSIA AND GREAT BRITAIN. . I A grave OUTLOOK. EXCLUSION OP BRITISH SHIPS FROM RUSSIAN, TRADING PORTS. Lotfuolv*, Marcli 7." I Russia, is excluding the employ- I meat of British ships from the coast- j ing trade of Russian ports. It is also reported that Russia has noti- I fied her intention of excluding British ships from her ocea.u trade i between the Black* Sea and the Far j East. | The Continental newspapers are discussing Russia's infringement of her treaties, by sending warships through the Dardenelles by night.

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Balance Sheet Pilbarra Roads Board FOR YEAR ENDING 31st DECEMBER, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

Balance Sheet Pilfcarra Eoads Board FOR YEAR ENDING 31st DECEMBER, 1897. I 1897. £ s. d. 1897. £ s d. Jnuy. L.—To balance ... 76 11 4 Dec. 10.—By Secretary's salary To Special grant J ust-in-Time and incidentals ... ... 31 18 5 and JV.Sliavr ... ... 500 0 0 Dec. 91.— By ' making rood „ Special grant W. Shaw and Marble Bar & Woodstock • Woodstock Hotel ... 150 0 O Hotel ... ... ... ISO O O ,, Special grant Marble Bar By making nnd repairing roads and Nullagine ... ... 150 0 0 (general maintenance) ... 33; 16. O ., Special grant Marble Bar jf Contract Marble Bar and and Bamboo 40 0 0 JSnllagine ISO O- O „ Annual grant ... ... 200 0 0 Tools, ele 2 O Dec. 31.—To cart licenses ... 30 10 0 m Advertising 14 l± O „ Bcpairs Marble Bar and Condon ... ... ... CO (>• ft „ Rewards for roads ... ... 30 O- ft „ llepairs Marble Bar to W. Sliaw ... ... ... 416 16 „ P. McSberry,. action for legs It) '14- O„ llepairs Marble Bar aud Bamboo ... ... ... 31 13 4 ■ ,, Balance ... ... ... 210 4 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

- THE '•jpidmra (iolbficlb FRIDAY. MARCH II, 1898.

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BRITISH VESSEL ORDERED TO CHINA. JAPAN EXCITED. THE CHOWS ACCEDE TO RUSSIA'S REQUEST. London, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

BRITISH VESSEL ORDERED TO CHINA. JAPAN EXCITED. THE CHOWS ACCEDE TO HUSSIA'S BEQUEST. London, March 9. The secoud class cruiser, Herinine 4,360 tons, of the British navy has been ordered to reinforce the Chiuese Squadron. Major Macdonald, the British Minister at Pekiu, iu a letter to the British Foreign Office, practically confirms the telegram recently published by the 'Times,' regarding Russia's demand for a lease of Port Arthur and Talieuwuu, at the peril of an iuvasiou of Manchuria. The Japanese are greatly excited in consequence of Russia's aggression iu China, and vigorous action is threatened by Japanese statesmen. The Berlin ' Tageblatt' declares that China has leased Port Arthur and Talienwuu to Russia for 99 years.

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PILBARRA ROADS BOARD. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

PILBARRA ROADS BOARD. special meeting: A special met ting of the Pilharra Roads Board was held in Tattersalls' rooms ou Friday e^teninji last. Present—Messrs. A Eley (chairman), .A. Elliott, C. McDonald, L. J. Cooke, and the Secretary. It was resolved that the balancesheet as read, be adopted, and. that copies be forwarded to the Under Secretary for lands and Secretary for Public Works, as well as being published in the 'Pilbaria Goldfield News.' j On the proposition of Mr- G. McDonald, the secretary was uistrucb-d to write to Mr. F. Wedge, asking him to repair the Turner Road crossing for I the sum of £3, as proposed by hiin in his letter of February 13th A discussion then took ; place as. to tbe best way of spending the £GOO grant, and it was ultimately resolved that £150 l»e allotted for making a new road to Yandicoogina, and the balance —£450, be put aside for maintenance. Th ■ following accounts were passed for payment:—McDonald, Fisher<fe Co., good; supplied, .£1 19...

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THE ALLUVIAL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

THE ALLUVIAL QUESTION. Some few weeks ago, it will be remembered that a dispute arose between the alluvial diggers and the leaseholders 011 the Ivanhoe Venture lease at Ralgoorlie —the former running over and tearing up the latter's ground in search of alluvial—with the result that to-day there is much anxiety prevailing on the Southern fields over the matter, and the Minister of Mines comes in for a great deal of blame for the existing state of affairs. It appears, in the interests of capital, that the Government thought fit, after the prorogation of Parliament, and when the dispute above-mentiored took place, to amend Regulation 103 of the Mtiling Act For this purpose a meeting—peculiarly styled a Cabinet meeting-—was convened, and attended by half a dozen Ministers, when the following drastic clause was hurriedly rushed through :■— " Any miner searching for and obtaining alluvial as aforesaid must do so without interference with the operations of the lessee, and must give place t...

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